Student Conduct Committees are a valued part of our overall process and are critical to the functioning and integrity of the conduct system. Members of the Student Conduct Committee should understand and support the mission and purpose of the University and Student Conduct. The strength of our system is defined by the quality of individuals that we recruit to serve in this capacity. It is our purpose to have a fair and learning-centered program, so we are looking for outstanding individuals to support and advance the educational mission of Student Conduct and the Virginia Tech community. Student Conduct Committee members will serve on a panel comprised of undergraduate and graduate students to resolve cases involving potential violations of university policy and implement appropriate educational outcomes.
Qualifications and Expectations for Student Conduct Committee Membership.
Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. The cumulative GPA for new Virginia Tech students will be verified at the conclusion of the Fall semester. Previous student conduct and/or honor violations will be considered in determining whether or not a student is eligible to serve as a Student Conduct Committee member.
Successful applicants will be required to sign a Confidentiality and Commitment Agreement, which covers regular attendance at student conduct agreed resolution meetings, formal hearings, and trainings. Student Conduct Committee members must be available to serve during a three-hour weekly time block on weekdays (5:00 - 10:00 pm timeframe) during the following academic year and attend ongoing training opportunities.